Chiefs host Bulldogs in spring jambo
The Okolona Chieftains didn’t quite get the final result they were looking for but certainly stood their ground against the Aberdeen Bulldogs in the spring jamboree May 15.
The 3A Bulldogs took a 34-22 win over the 2A Chieftains but Okolona coach Jack Clark saw plenty of positive action on the field.
“(It was a) competitive matchup,” Clark said. “Played a lot of kids. Did a lot of good things on both sides of the ball but also found a lot of things to work on during the summer and into the fall.”
The Chieftains capped the 2013 campaign with a trip to the first round of playoffs and Clark is hoping to go further this fall. Clark just completed his first year with the team after coming in during the summer months.
“(I) feel we are ahead of where we were this time last year mostly because of the leadership the players have shown,” Clark said.
The Chiefs will lose six seniors to graduation, including quarterback Jacolbi Heard, but Clark believes the team is ready to reload and come out strong in the fall.
“We had some holes to fill but I feel like some of the younger kids stepped up and the upper classmen showed leadership,” Clark said. “We’ve got a lot of work to get done this summer.”
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